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Morris Armoured Reconnaissance Car AC9/CS9


Country of Origin/Used by: Designed and built in the UK for the British Army and used during the fall of France and in the early stages of WWII in North Africa
First Produced/Service Dates: 1937
Manufactured by: Built by the Royal Ordnance Factory and Morris Motor Company
Crew: 4
Armament: (1) .55 caliber BOYS anti-tank rifle and (1) .303 caliber BREN light machine gun
Engine: 6 Cylinder Gasoline (Water Cooled)
Miscellaneous Info: Vehicles were used by the 12th Lancers during the fall of France and by the 11th Hussars in North Africa
Data Sheet Available:   Morris AC9 Data Sheet by Dave Haugh


Reference Source/Provider
Morris AC9 Photos Dave Haugh - Content Editor
      Morris AC9 Photos Imperial War Museum (Crown Copyright)

References Available


Reference Source/Provider
"1/35 Morris CS9 Scale Plans"  By Geoff Lacey Armored Car - The Wheeled Fighting Vehicle Journal (Issue #7)


Reference Author
The Observer's Fighting Vehicles Directory WWII Bart H. Vanderveen (Frederick Warne & Co.)
British Armoured Cars 1914-1945 B. T. White (Ian Allan)
A Photo History of Armoured Cars in Two World Wars George Forty (Blandford Press)

Hobby Modeling

Kits and Accessories

Kit Manufacturer Scale Other Information
Morris C9 Armored Car Model Kit (351221) Resicast 1/35 Multi-Media

Model Photos

Reference Source/Provider
Morris CS9 Armored Car Model Kit (1/35 Resicast) John Wager - Lombard, Illinois USA